You probably know Oakman from the memes, as the guy is certainly one of the biggest players in the draft listed at 6-foot-8, 269 pounds with freakish athletic ability. Oakman could go as high as round 3 because of his athletic features, but I think he will drop as some teams will view him as a project. If the Dolphins can land Oakman, the sky is the limit for the kid, and he'll have either Cameron Wake or Olivier Vernon to learn from, depending on which one the Miami Dolphins keep. Oh yeah, there's that guy named Ndamukong Suh who could teach him a thing or two.
Richard Adams, Head Staff Writer: DeAndre Houston-Carson, S, William and Mary
Despite being from a small school, Houston-Carson has all the skills to be a productive safety in the NFL. With Louis Delmas prone to injury, someone needs to help out Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones in the Dolphins' secondary.
Striker plays like a safety and will need to bulk up to make the complete switch to a 4-3 linebacker, but his ceiling is too high for the Dolphins to pass up. And he fills a need. This could be the steal of the draft for anyone who takes a chance on this athletic playmaker.
Dolphins have a glaring need at offensive guard, and Redmond’s 6’4 305 lbs frame could be developed into future starting guard to help protect Tannehill. The 'Fins take their second Bruin with this pick.null